ANGEN has three wireless carriers connected and delivered 14,037 9-1-1 calls in 2013 to the eight PSAPs who are serving as the test sites. Additional PSAPs will be connected to these three carriers in January and throughout the following months. Additional carriers are expected to connect in January and February completing conversion of all wireless carriers.
New 9-1-1 call routing solution designed to streamline network operations, reduce costs and improve redundancy vs. legacy 9-1-1 systems
Update November 5 - Marion County 9-1-1 converted their T-Mobile calls to ANGEN which completed converting a PSAP within each of the seven legacy selective routers that serve Alabama. Now T-Mobile will begin converting additional PSAPs and other carriers may begin converting PSAPs as well. As of 11/4 - 3,295 9-1-1 calls have been delivered via ANGEN to the six first office verification PSAPs.
Huntsville, Alabama – October 7, 2013 – The Alabama 9-1-1 Board today announced the Alabama Next Generation Emergency Network (ANGEN) has begun its live roll out. The first calls were completed at the Etowah County public safety answering point (PSAP) on September 30th, with the Dothan PSAP following on October 2nd. ANGEN’s new 9-1-1 call routing solution is designed to streamline the network, reduce costs and improve redundancy when compared to legacy 9-1-1 systems.